Deceptive advertising. This school claims that it is accredited, but does not state by whom. The school claims that results are achieved, on average, in 6-8 weeks. However, there are six, non-scientifically, vague 'levels' that students must reach in order to graduate. Needless to say, they never graduate in 6 weeks. The school benefits financially by retaining these students as long as possible. This industry needs to be regulated. It's a travesty that LD children are being so blatantly abused in this country. These children are not even allowed to talk to their parents for the majority of the program without 'supervision' by counselors. The parents and children seem to get different information from the 'counselors'. My heart breaks for these students, and the parents who will be paying out of pocket forever.
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